The Puzzly – The ISOTCMN Book Of The Month – November 2021

November reading… well, it’s been another crappy month chez Puzzle Doctor with work getting on top of me and having a rubbish cold for the past few days. Thankfully, I’ve been spared the dreaded COVID so far, but this cold was bad enough, so if it can continue to spare me, I would appreciate it.

Eight books isn’t a bad turnover, but it was heavily weighted towards the front of the month, so it’s felt like a bad month, even if it wasn’t. Anyway, on with the review of the month.

The books were:

Not going to beat around the bush – book of the month is The Midnight Lock, a fine return for one of my favourite modern sleuths. Many thanks to Jeffery Deaver for bringing him back and I look forward to his next outing.

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